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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

BBQ time at Merlo Garage

It appears that the Block/Hunt/Longoria consortium attempted to stage a barbecue at the Merlo garage for operators as part  of a campaign event. Robert Romo, the station manager, told them to leave. Apparently tempers flared but in the end the event was ended at the garage.

The whole barbecue was then moved to Beaverton Transit Center where it continued apparently until the food ran out.

There is also some discussion that these sorts of events violate union/labor law rules. Trimet is responsible for enforcing these rules apparently.

3 comments:

Speakerofthepeople1 said...

Well ya know who management wants to win. Bruce, Dan, and Jeff can be paid by TriMet for months and campaign on property and push the blocked runs, but when the "other side" comes a knockin its "you can't campaign here." And some union officers thinks its great because management dictated who can campaign and who can't. It's a sad day when our union brothers and sisters stand by management before they stand by union members.

megaton said...

Vote for B.L.H. They will get you fired and stay fired.

megaton said...

Vote for B.L.H. They will get you fired and stay fired.